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Types of Speech According to Preparation and Delivery

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Neil Tille

on 16 September 2013

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Transcript of Types of Speech According to Preparation and Delivery

Types of Speech According to Preparation and Delivery
Impromptu speech
Made or done without previous preparation (Dictionary.com)
Is delivered on the spur of the moment or on top of ones head without preparation.
Advantages & Disadvantages
controls the Idea you are presenting
can use personal examples from experience to support what you are saying
Since you are an authority on the topic, you want to speak with conviction
delivery will naturally be more conversational and spontaneous.

may have difficulty thinking of what to say or formulating the ideas once you get up to speak
speech may lack details and supporting information
audience is passive and does not ask questions to guide you, you may overlook some significant content
rarely appropriate for occasions which require reasoned discourse with supporting ideas or more formal events.
Points in Delivering Impromptu
1.Be time conscious.
2.Be original.
3.Be observant.
4.Have a positive attitude
5.Keep you comments brief.
Patterns of Impromptu Speech
1.Who-What-When-Where-Why-Why-How Pattern.
2.Cause-Effect Pattern.
3.Past-Present-Future Pattern.
4.Spatial, Deductive and Inductive.
Purity of speech, of the mind, of the senses, and of a compassionate heart are needed by one who desires to rise to the divine platform.
-Chanakya
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